At London College of Communication, we’re renowned for our diverse community of bright and talented students, staff and alumni. Collectively, we regularly feature in national and international press – so each month we round up some of the highlights.
See below for a handful of the LCC-related news and features in December 2017 for our Design, Media and Screen Schools from the likes of CNN, Creative Bloq, Wallpaper and more…
LCC lecturer Paul McNeil contributes typeface feature for CNN
Following the publication of his book ‘The Visual History of Type’, LCC Senior Lecturer Paul McNeil has published ‘6 typefaces that changed how we see the world’ for CNN.
Student-illustrated book featured on Frost Magazine’s end of year list
Libby Jackson’s ‘A Galaxy of Her Own’, fully illustrated by BA (Hons) Illustration & Visual Media students through an LCC Business & Innovation project, is featured as a ‘perfect book for Christmas’ by Frost Magazine.
MA grad featured as one of Creative Bloq’s ‘10 hottest illustrators of 2017’
Recent MA Illustration & Visual Media graduate Hani Abusamra has been named as one of 10 hottest illustrators of 2017 by Creative Bloq.
LCC grad’s work in group exhibition “Secular Icons in an Age of Moral Uncertainty” at Parafin, London
A group exhibition “Secular Icons in an Age of Moral Uncertainty” features a small group of distinguished artists at the Parafin gallery and includes works of a London College of Communication alumna, Sara Naim.
Brian Griffin LCC talk featured in Wallpaper
Wallpaper presents a digest of visual inspiration throughout 2017 and features the work of Brian Griffin, who recently delivered a talk with Terry Rawlings at London College of Communication. The talk is promoted in the article following Wallpaper’s invite to the talk.
Max Houghton’s photobook highlighted in Women Photograph’s 2017 round-up
MA Photojournalism & Documentary Photography Course Leader Max Houghton’s recent book, Firecrackers: Female Photographers now, is featured in a best of 2017 round-up on Women Photograph.
BA (Hons) Film Practice students interviewed by BBC on representation of safe sex on TV
Why does no one seem to wear a condom on TV?
— BBC Radio 5 live (@bbc5live) December 12, 2017
Students from BA (Hons) Film Practice were interviewed at LCC by sex vlogger and author Hannah Witton for the BBC on the topic of the representation of safe sex on TV. Audio clips from the interview were broadcast on BBC Radio Five Live and a video was featured on the BBC website and Five Live’s social media platforms.
LCC grad and entrepreneurs luxury watch hand-me-downs featured in Evening Standard & The Times
Australian Centre for the Moving Image presents Eija-Liisa Ahtila’s installation
Art Daily shares some insight on a four-screen installation by renowned Finnish filmmaker and artist Eija-Liisa Ahtila, who studied at LCP. Her work has been included in many international group exhibitions.
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